Poland to investigate whether Walesa spy files were forged

“The prosecutors will launch a probe into whether the documents allegedly proving cooperation of Solidarity legend Lech Walesa with communist-era special services were fabricated as Walesa claims, Lukasz Kaminski the head of Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) told a press conference on February 25 2016.

Documents, which were found on February 16 in the house of communist-era notable Czeslaw Kiszczak, who died in November, show that Walesa in early 1970s was an agent under the code name Bolek.

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